Hearts everywhere are broken as a 16-year-old girl, who was part of Mrs. Dianna Williams’ “Dancing Dolls” troupe on the hit reality show “Bring It,” has died.

Dyshea Hall was fatally wounded outside a Kroger shopping center in Atlanta, according to WSBTV.

A 17-year-old boy, Javonte Wood, was also shot. He was last listed in critical condition.

WSBTV reported that the teens were at the shopping center on Flat Shoals Parkway when two groups of people got into some sort of disagreement. One group opened fire on the other, and the teens were struck.

Williams, also known as “Ms. D,” confirmed in a Facebook post that Hall was a member of her group, which was featured on the Lifetime Television Network.

“One of my Dolls is gone. I do NOT understand and no I AM NOT ok!! Jesus Lord!!!! She was fearless and would always try to elevate herself and everyone else in the dollhouse… She was always encouraging her sisters and motivating everyone! She always was someone I could count on to have LOUD HAIR 🤣🙏🏾 She was my “DAH SHEEKEE!” …….. why…. I am at a loss for words… just why….Im going to miss your laughter!! Im going to miss your smile!! Please keep her family, friends and the ENTIRE Dancing Dolls organization in prayer.:… we are NOT ok!” the post read.


Anyone with information on the shooting in DeKalb County is asked to contact CrimeStoppers at 404-577-8477 or DeKalb Homicide Assault Unit at 770-724-7850.